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The AFL tells lies about the next broadcast deal!!! Lolol!!

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Well well well, who woulda thought the AFL was capable of telling lies. Not bummy, not beatup, not the feeble fumble fans here, not the bubble dwelling zealots lololololol.

Well, in a beautifully articulated article in today's Australian Newspaper it is spelt out in chapter and verse just how they did so whilst trying to ramp up competition between rival networks for the next broadcast deal. What a mob!! What a joke!!!

Here's a few excerpts: "The AFL's hopes of securing a record breaking sum for its television broadcast rights are looking increasingly shaky". Apparently the advertising market has shrunk as the economy has faltered and Gilty was off doing a Nero impersonation of fiddling while the joint burnt down lololol.

But wait........there's more: "It appears that the AFL may have overplayed its hand in how it's sought to set rival networks against each other in now what looks like a phony bidding war lololololol!!!!" Yep..........they lied!!!

It continues, "It was widely reported earlier this year that Ten had tabled a $600M deal to clinch the rights....But the Australian now understands that no formal offer for the sports rights was ever made by Ten". It's a bald faced lie!!!!

And there's more: "Rather the AFL appears to have used Ten's rumoured interest as a 'stalking horse' in a bid to drive up rival bids..." Wow!!!!! I bet the networks would be soooooo happy that gilty and the boyo's at fumblehouse can tell outright blatant lies lolololol!!! This is corporate fraud. Gilty should be put behind bars!!!

No wonder the fumblehouse rhetoric has changed over the last few weeks around the broadcast deal. They're now begging Seven and Fox. Because Ten and the streaming companies never put in an offer. They were just used in a game of lying, smoke, mirrors and total BS. Why am I not surprised. Wattaya say fumblers????? Anything to see here??????

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After spinning out a visit to the USA in a desperate attempt to jack up the revenue they get from the next round of AFL broadcast rights management of the code appear to have been caught in their own spotlight with speculation that there has been no “massive” bid from Channel Ten and their US parent Company.

It also appears that the Labor Party in WA wants to put the AFL to air in HD as opposed to 4K on Foxtel with a political play at trying to push free to air TV which is only broadcast in HD Vs Ultra High Definition.

The Southern States football code was hoping to generate international interest in the five-year broadcast rights, which come into effect from the beginning of the 2025 season.

The Australian newspaper is claiming It was widely reported earlier this year that ten had tabled a $600m-a-year deal to clinch the rights – which would have been a significant jump on the value of the existing deal – provided the network could telecast some matches on its free-to-air channel and the remainder on its Paramount+ streaming service.
Now it appears that there was no deal.

The AFL had been counting on a war between local broadcasters Seven, Nine, Ten, and Foxtel who were being told that several overseas parties were interested in the rights.

Now it appears that Foxtel is in a prime position to cut a deal with Amazon Prime whose shows they already broadcast as the market for advertising softens due to changing economic conditions.

Another issue that has emerged is that provincial attitudes to free-to-air coverage of the sport in Western Australia is likely to cut the value of the final contract after WA Labor Premier Mark McGowan tried to nobble News Corp the owners of Foxtel, after West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett, Fremantle Dockers coach Justin Longmuir, along with WA Premier Mark McGowan and the Seven West-owned West Australian newspaper floated the idea that matches involving the WA clubs be shown exclusively by free-to-air networks.

It’s not known whether the latest move was part of a deal by Seven West Media to support Labor and Mark McGowan during the recent Federal Elections.

The Australian claims that should AFL matches involving the WA clubs, and the two South Australian teams (Adelaide Crows, and Port Adelaide) be awarded exclusively to a free-to-air network, the value of the overall rights will almost certainly fail to reach the ambitious targets being eyed off by the AFL’s executive team because the appeal of AFL to streaming services such as Foxtel and Amazon Prime would be significantly lessened leaving the AFL with less revenue.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 11:54 am After spinning out a visit to the USA in a desperate attempt to jack up the revenue they get from the next round of AFL broadcast rights management of the code appear to have been caught in their own spotlight with speculation that there has been no “massive” bid from Channel Ten and their US parent Company.

It also appears that the Labor Party in WA wants to put the AFL to air in HD as opposed to 4K on Foxtel with a political play at trying to push free to air TV which is only broadcast in HD Vs Ultra High Definition.

The Southern States football code was hoping to generate international interest in the five-year broadcast rights, which come into effect from the beginning of the 2025 season.

The Australian newspaper is claiming It was widely reported earlier this year that ten had tabled a $600m-a-year deal to clinch the rights – which would have been a significant jump on the value of the existing deal – provided the network could telecast some matches on its free-to-air channel and the remainder on its Paramount+ streaming service.
Now it appears that there was no deal.

The AFL had been counting on a war between local broadcasters Seven, Nine, Ten, and Foxtel who were being told that several overseas parties were interested in the rights.

Now it appears that Foxtel is in a prime position to cut a deal with Amazon Prime whose shows they already broadcast as the market for advertising softens due to changing economic conditions.

Another issue that has emerged is that provincial attitudes to free-to-air coverage of the sport in Western Australia is likely to cut the value of the final contract after WA Labor Premier Mark McGowan tried to nobble News Corp the owners of Foxtel, after West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett, Fremantle Dockers coach Justin Longmuir, along with WA Premier Mark McGowan and the Seven West-owned West Australian newspaper floated the idea that matches involving the WA clubs be shown exclusively by free-to-air networks.

It’s not known whether the latest move was part of a deal by Seven West Media to support Labor and Mark McGowan during the recent Federal Elections.

The Australian claims that should AFL matches involving the WA clubs, and the two South Australian teams (Adelaide Crows, and Port Adelaide) be awarded exclusively to a free-to-air network, the value of the overall rights will almost certainly fail to reach the ambitious targets being eyed off by the AFL’s executive team because the appeal of AFL to streaming services such as Foxtel and Amazon Prime would be significantly lessened leaving the AFL with less revenue.
Where'd you get this from Leeroy??


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No, No, No This would never happen!!!


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truthbomber wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 5:07 pm :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

oh no ...........

tell me it isn't so fumblers :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/

The old bomber of truth looks like he got it ..................100% right :cool:
In future , you bumbling *********
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Yep!!!! Well done bomber. And of course the fumble fans on this site are currently in the foetal position and unable to comment on this truth telling thread lolololol!!!

Come on beatup, come on bummy, come on Fwed!!!! Wattaya reckon guys???? Gilty lies lolololol!! Fumblehouse lies lololol!!! Wattayagot fumble fans lololol!!!


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Do the states control what goes to air and where ?


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Fred wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 6:30 pm Do the states control what goes to air and where ?

Dunno Fwed, but what about the lies Gilty and the boys told about Ten making a $600M bid for broadcast rights pal??? Any comment???? The balls in your court Fwed lololololol!!!!!


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Fred wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 6:30 pm Do the states control what goes to air and where ?
yea
relevant much :roll: :roll: :roll:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :(/ :(/ :(/ :(/


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Terry wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:52 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 11:54 am After spinning out a visit to the USA in a desperate attempt to jack up the revenue they get from the next round of AFL broadcast rights management of the code appear to have been caught in their own spotlight with speculation that there has been no “massive” bid from Channel Ten and their US parent Company.

It also appears that the Labor Party in WA wants to put the AFL to air in HD as opposed to 4K on Foxtel with a political play at trying to push free to air TV which is only broadcast in HD Vs Ultra High Definition.

The Southern States football code was hoping to generate international interest in the five-year broadcast rights, which come into effect from the beginning of the 2025 season.

The Australian newspaper is claiming It was widely reported earlier this year that ten had tabled a $600m-a-year deal to clinch the rights – which would have been a significant jump on the value of the existing deal – provided the network could telecast some matches on its free-to-air channel and the remainder on its Paramount+ streaming service.
Now it appears that there was no deal.

The AFL had been counting on a war between local broadcasters Seven, Nine, Ten, and Foxtel who were being told that several overseas parties were interested in the rights.

Now it appears that Foxtel is in a prime position to cut a deal with Amazon Prime whose shows they already broadcast as the market for advertising softens due to changing economic conditions.

Another issue that has emerged is that provincial attitudes to free-to-air coverage of the sport in Western Australia is likely to cut the value of the final contract after WA Labor Premier Mark McGowan tried to nobble News Corp the owners of Foxtel, after West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett, Fremantle Dockers coach Justin Longmuir, along with WA Premier Mark McGowan and the Seven West-owned West Australian newspaper floated the idea that matches involving the WA clubs be shown exclusively by free-to-air networks.

It’s not known whether the latest move was part of a deal by Seven West Media to support Labor and Mark McGowan during the recent Federal Elections.

The Australian claims that should AFL matches involving the WA clubs, and the two South Australian teams (Adelaide Crows, and Port Adelaide) be awarded exclusively to a free-to-air network, the value of the overall rights will almost certainly fail to reach the ambitious targets being eyed off by the AFL’s executive team because the appeal of AFL to streaming services such as Foxtel and Amazon Prime would be significantly lessened leaving the AFL with less revenue.
Where'd you get this from Leeroy??
was a source on twitter off the Australian
but i am unable to find the link now.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Tue Jul 26, 2022 11:48 am
Terry wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:52 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 11:54 am After spinning out a visit to the USA in a desperate attempt to jack up the revenue they get from the next round of AFL broadcast rights management of the code appear to have been caught in their own spotlight with speculation that there has been no “massive” bid from Channel Ten and their US parent Company.

It also appears that the Labor Party in WA wants to put the AFL to air in HD as opposed to 4K on Foxtel with a political play at trying to push free to air TV which is only broadcast in HD Vs Ultra High Definition.

The Southern States football code was hoping to generate international interest in the five-year broadcast rights, which come into effect from the beginning of the 2025 season.

The Australian newspaper is claiming It was widely reported earlier this year that ten had tabled a $600m-a-year deal to clinch the rights – which would have been a significant jump on the value of the existing deal – provided the network could telecast some matches on its free-to-air channel and the remainder on its Paramount+ streaming service.
Now it appears that there was no deal.

The AFL had been counting on a war between local broadcasters Seven, Nine, Ten, and Foxtel who were being told that several overseas parties were interested in the rights.

Now it appears that Foxtel is in a prime position to cut a deal with Amazon Prime whose shows they already broadcast as the market for advertising softens due to changing economic conditions.

Another issue that has emerged is that provincial attitudes to free-to-air coverage of the sport in Western Australia is likely to cut the value of the final contract after WA Labor Premier Mark McGowan tried to nobble News Corp the owners of Foxtel, after West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett, Fremantle Dockers coach Justin Longmuir, along with WA Premier Mark McGowan and the Seven West-owned West Australian newspaper floated the idea that matches involving the WA clubs be shown exclusively by free-to-air networks.

It’s not known whether the latest move was part of a deal by Seven West Media to support Labor and Mark McGowan during the recent Federal Elections.

The Australian claims that should AFL matches involving the WA clubs, and the two South Australian teams (Adelaide Crows, and Port Adelaide) be awarded exclusively to a free-to-air network, the value of the overall rights will almost certainly fail to reach the ambitious targets being eyed off by the AFL’s executive team because the appeal of AFL to streaming services such as Foxtel and Amazon Prime would be significantly lessened leaving the AFL with less revenue.
Where'd you get this from Leeroy??
was a source on twitter off the Australian
but i am unable to find the link now.
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